The Government of National Accord (GNA) will finance a project to build a solar power plant with a capacity of 62 kWp in the eastern suburb of Tripoli, Tajoura.
The project will be implemented in the Centre for Solar Energy and Research (CSERS) in Tajoura, by the Alhandasya company from the private sector, specialized in the field of engineering services and renewable energy.
The new project will enhance the public's grid capacity to cover, as a first step, the energy needs of the population of Tajoura.
This solar project is part of the 2030 vision of the General Authority for Electricity and Renewable Energy, based in Tripoli, with the view to exploit alternative sources of clean energies, particularly solar and wind power.
Meanwhile, the municipality of Hay Al-Andalus revealed last month it would switch to solar energy amid the persisting electricity outages.
The municipality plans to install solar panels at homes via private financing in collaboration with the Jumhouria Bank.